After launching 'Endless,' a powerful globally minded machine, Endless Computers launched the 'Endless Mini' at CES 2016 as an affordable equivalent.
Available for less than $100, the Endless Mini is a desktop computer with a helmet-shaped design that contains an AMLogic quad-core ARM Cortex A5, a 1.50GHz Mali-450 GPU and at minimum, a 24GB solid state drive with 1GB of RAM. What's most significant about this computer is that it uses a CPU that's typically used in mobile devices, rather than desktop models. In place of using an operating system from Windows or Apple, the computer uses its own Linux-based system, complete with more than 100 apps.
In addition to being a computer that many tech enthusiasts can look forward to using, the Endless Mini is set to be an affordable option for people in developing countries.
The 'Endless Mini' Launched at CES 2016 Introduces Accessible Computing
Laura McQuarrie — January 9, 2016 — Tech
References: endlessm & digitaltrends